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January 02, 2014, 10:27:44 PM
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Hello devtome writers,
I have noticed this on several occasions and would like to know if this problem happens to anybody else. When a article is already published and you go to add it to your specific page and the home page to get checked on have anybody else noticed that sometimes when yo do the *[[Article]] it will show up as a link on the home page as a link and not on your specific page. This has happened to me multiple times and I will go back into the edit box and make sure everything is right but sometimes it can not work for me? Thanks AM
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January 02, 2014, 10:47:58 PM
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Hello devtome writers,
I have noticed this on several occasions and would like to know if this problem happens to anybody else. When a article is already published and you go to add it to your specific page and the home page to get checked on have anybody else noticed that sometimes when yo do the *[[Article]] it will show up as a link on the home page as a link and not on your specific page. This has happened to me multiple times and I will go back into the edit box and make sure everything is right but sometimes it can not work for me? Thanks AM
Sorry about bad English (in a rush right now and still practicing all my grammar!)
It's just a syntax error - you forgot to add a colon [[:article]]
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January 02, 2014, 11:04:11 PM
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Ok thank you.
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January 02, 2014, 11:10:24 PM
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Ok thank you.
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Yep, when you don't put the colon then your page will link to wiki:user:[Article]

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January 02, 2014, 11:21:31 PM
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Trying to collect bounty for the Devcoin animated video (3 mins in length).  The bounty was listed at 24 shares, who do I give this video to?  This is my first bounty so someone please explain how turning it in works...  I see no person in particular to send it to or whatever you are wanting.  It is complete and I have it as a mp4 file for someone to download.  Also, is there a place to go to check other bounties or should I just look on here? -BTW I AM BANKS FROM THE DEV FORUM

Let me know what's up, TY
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January 02, 2014, 11:35:42 PM
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Trying to collect bounty for the Devcoin animated video (3 mins in length).  The bounty was listed at 24 shares, who do I give this video to?  This is my first bounty so someone please explain how turning it in works...  I see no person in particular to send it to or whatever you are wanting.  It is complete and I have it as a mp4 file for someone to download.  Also, is there a place to go to check other bounties or should I just look on here? -BTW I AM BANKS FROM THE DEV FORUM

Let me know what's up, TY

When I completed the final button share bounty I PMed the creator of the bounty. I would PM Unthinkingbit and if you check out http://www.devtome.com/doku.php?id=devcoin_bounty_now you can see available bountys.
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January 02, 2014, 11:43:59 PM
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who do I give this video to?  

Devtome is all about sharing and open source. Post it on Youtube and provide us with the link. Nobody will claim that it's his video  Cheesy

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January 03, 2014, 12:53:39 AM
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sidhujag, is the source code from git supposed to be the newest? I pulled and built a devcoind, and all my transaction cannot be confirmed now ...

Edit: ok, seems not the source but the problem of the makefile. after I revert makefile.unix to the old version (the one before commit 36d595726636255a55c62780a671386c0cc7c505), everything back to normal and ok.
How did you build without libcurl? That commit added libcurl and changed boost stuff.. I dont see how it affects transactions? Why do you think they werent confirmed? Did you wait for new block?

I just add a single line '-l curl' so that it build dynamic against my system libcurl. 2 days passed and hundreds of blocks generated, so I think they were never confirmed.

Ahh I see hmm, but that would mean you have to distribute libcurl.dll with the installation Sad I also enabled -static and -DMT (multi-thread) which might be causing the issue. We probably want to statically link.

Did you statically compile the dependencies? Boost UPNP DB4.3 etc all need to be compiled with static flag when configuring. Otherwise you can get rid of -static and build dynamically and see if it works, but we probably want to release static build to avoid packaging alot of files.

I think it may be the DMT or static issue too, but I cannot confirm. I'd like really to build dynamicly, 'cause as devcoind runs as a daemon on servers, people generally prefer not to use distributed binarys but build themselves.

If have time, I'll try the new building system from bitcoin 0.8.6 and see what happens.

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January 03, 2014, 01:07:17 AM
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36 shares for a price ticker in a forum.

I made an SMF mod to do just this. Demo can be seen here:

162.243.37.115 (Just a vanilla vps, I wasn't going to grab a domain for a demo)

I've submitted the mod to SMF since I'll be building it out for other coins in the future. I guess it takes some time for them to approve it so I uploaded a copy of the mod to dropbox too:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/591u0hd7sqgaa4g/dvcticker.tar.gz
http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/index.php?mod=3819

It updates every 5 seconds and is linked to crypto-trade.com's devcoin section.

The ticker on the forum at:
http://162.243.37.115

works, so you get the 36 shares and that part of the forum bounty is finished.

The forum is going to be a huge amount of work, many people will moderate it and a few people will code for it. Are you willing to sign on many admins, and bring in code made by other programmers? Alternately, if you want to concentrate on coding, are you willing for someone else to run the site?

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SMF uses a BSD variant. BSD3 if memory serves. That would probably be the way to go if destined for SMF use. If you could put together a README file it would be a help too as to what to do with it once unpacked.
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I agree with this. Please make it the same license as SMF2, which is BSD 3, so that everyone can use it without license conflict.

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January 03, 2014, 01:34:45 AM
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I have published an article about an investment strategy: http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=investment_plans_using_dollar_cost_averaging

If there is still a bounty available for the investment plans and my article qualifies, I'd be happy to collect a bounty for this.
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January 03, 2014, 03:14:33 AM
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I've notice that there is no wikipedia page for devcoin. So many people get their general knowledge from wikipedia that it just makes sense to create a page. Maybe a small bounty need to be established for someone to put it together. Would probably just require moving info from Devtome or the website. It can really help spread awareness.
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January 03, 2014, 05:06:27 AM
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I've notice that there is no wikipedia page for devcoin. So many people get their general knowledge from wikipedia that it just makes sense to create a page. Maybe a small bounty need to be established for someone to put it together. Would probably just require moving info from Devtome or the website. It can really help spread awareness.

I volunteer to manage a Devcoin page on Wikipedia. I have already begun the page using the Devtome bits:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devcoin

I will work on the formatting, additional information, and complete the article over the next day or two. If there is a bounty decided upon for this work, I'll graciously accept.
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January 03, 2014, 10:34:32 AM
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I've notice that there is no wikipedia page for devcoin. So many people get their general knowledge from wikipedia that it just makes sense to create a page. Maybe a small bounty need to be established for someone to put it together. Would probably just require moving info from Devtome or the website. It can really help spread awareness.

I volunteer to manage a Devcoin page on Wikipedia. I have already begun the page using the Devtome bits:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devcoin

I will work on the formatting, additional information, and complete the article over the next day or two. If there is a bounty decided upon for this work, I'll graciously accept.
Seems a good idea to me. Notice there's already feedback, they're quick! The compiled info on devcoin.org and maybe the FAQ to come could help although looks like it has to be much more fact and stats than opinion.
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January 03, 2014, 02:43:42 PM
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The ticker on the forum at:
http://162.243.37.115

works, so you get the 36 shares and that part of the forum bounty is finished.

The forum is going to be a huge amount of work, many people will moderate it and a few people will code for it. Are you willing to sign on many admins, and bring in code made by other programmers? Alternately, if you want to concentrate on coding, are you willing for someone else to run the site?

I wasn't sure what the present situation was with your forum. I've seen devcointalk. That's why I released the mod. It would have been easier just to write the ticker code but I didn't consider that complete if no one knew what to do with it. The packages made that easier.

If you need me to run a forum I can do that. I had planned on doing the forum bounties as modules though, so you aren't tied to me as the admin. Anyone can install a module.

I am willing to admin and I am willing to code. I can do one or both. I have no problem reviewing others code, working with others, etc. I've done tech for a while now and the one thing that has been consistent is flexibility.

Would this make me an official devcoin/devtome admin in some way?

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SMF uses a BSD variant. BSD3 if memory serves. That would probably be the way to go if destined for SMF use. If you could put together a README file it would be a help too as to what to do with it once unpacked.
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I agree with this. Please make it the same license as SMF2, which is BSD 3, so that everyone can use it without license conflict.


Will do. I'm at work right now and I crashed early last night. I'll have BSD 3 on there today/tonight.
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January 03, 2014, 02:50:21 PM
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Is anyone on this thread able to help me with a Devcoin wallet question?

I have the Gui for windows installed and it was working nicely, showing up balance etc, but in the address book I had 6 receiving addresses all labelled, now it seems to be making it's own addresses? Is this normal, and if so how do I remove all the extra addresses I will never use? (Or at least move them down the screen so the ones I do use are not at the bottom?)

The disadvantages to leaping into a techy world as a writer armed only with a laptop and imagination are obvious, but I'm determined! If anyone could help with this dumb newbie question, Id be so grateful.


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Is anyone on this thread able to help me with a Devcoin wallet question?

I have the Gui for windows installed and it was working nicely, showing up balance etc, but in the address book I had 6 receiving addresses all labelled, now it seems to be making it's own addresses? Is this normal, and if so how do I remove all the extra addresses I will never use? (Or at least move them down the screen so the ones I do use are not at the bottom?)

The disadvantages to leaping into a techy world as a writer armed only with a laptop and imagination are obvious, but I'm determined! If anyone could help with this dumb newbie question, Id be so grateful.
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When you first run the client, it creates a number of addresses  for you.    I think it defaults to 100.  When you receive a payment on the currently shown addresses, it will then show a new one.  It also will use these addresses for change addresses which can be  a source of confusion for people as well.  So you have, unless you set a flag, had at least 100 addresses internally. What this also means is that you can not backup your wallet.dat file once and be done with it.  You need to maintain fresh backups.

This was the response when I asked the same question. Basically means that's normal as there's always a queue of 100 unused addresses.
If that doesn't make sense keep asking questions.
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When you first run the client, it creates a number of addresses  for you.    I think it defaults to 100.  When you receive a payment on the currently shown addresses, it will then show a new one.  It also will use these addresses for change addresses which can be  a source of confusion for people as well.  So you have, unless you set a flag, had at least 100 addresses internally. What this also means is that you can not backup your wallet.dat file once and be done with it.  You need to maintain fresh backups.

This was the response when I asked the same question. Basically means that's normal as there's always a queue of 100 unused addresses.
If that doesn't make sense keep asking questions.

Thankyou Weisoq  Smiley Its a great answer. It does raise the question however, what is a flag, and how do I set one?

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January 03, 2014, 04:38:24 PM
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I've notice that there is no wikipedia page for devcoin. So many people get their general knowledge from wikipedia that it just makes sense to create a page. Maybe a small bounty need to be established for someone to put it together. Would probably just require moving info from Devtome or the website. It can really help spread awareness.

I volunteer to manage a Devcoin page on Wikipedia. I have already begun the page using the Devtome bits:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devcoin

I will work on the formatting, additional information, and complete the article over the next day or two. If there is a bounty decided upon for this work, I'll graciously accept.

hm, it's already marked for deletion. We need sources.

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January 03, 2014, 04:54:11 PM
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Thankyou Weisoq  Smiley Its a great answer. It does raise the question however, what is a flag, and how do I set one?
Yeah was hoping you wouldn't ask that Smiley

I think it's referring to features that can be enabled on the client, referring to the state of a particular variable - in this case addresses. Devcoin (and other) wallets or clients can be started and run via the command line, which provides greater flexibility in changing the settings, or a 'flag' added to the program shortcut.

But how to do that here, honestly I have no idea, so I'm hoping someone can dig me out of this hole and answer that for you. I will say that you shouldn't need to change it, as they're effectively 'in the background' - you can use settings to highlight particular send/receiving addresses.
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January 03, 2014, 06:41:43 PM
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Here is the Devcoin video.  I finally got it on youtube, link is below:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=It86dUFb_H4&feature=youtu.be
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